France

Monday 07 April 2014

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The Portuguese coach is sure his side can progress beyond the French champions, despite trailing 3-1 on aggregate heading into the second-leg

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The former France international says that the Ligue 1 champions plan to impose themselves on the game at Stamford Bridge - even though they lead 3-1 on aggregate

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The prolific Swede will miss the crucial trip to Stamford Bridge through injury but the France midfielder insists that the French champions are not reliant on the striker

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The Welshman has formed a potent attacking triumvirate with Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo this season but the former Spurs man feels Los Blancos are a complete team

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The striker has missed three games since limping out of the 6-0 demolition of Arsenal last month and worked separately from the main group on Monday

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Check out the best photos from the latest round of matches throughout the footballing world, featuring the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and more

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The full-back had to be withdrawn against Newcastle but is confident of taking to the field in Munich, where he hopes to spring a "surprise"

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The Frenchman says he would relish the chance to face the Ligue 1 champions in Lisbon in May as the Blancos look to end their long wait for a 10th European crown

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The Real Madrid defender claims it is fun to tease the Portugal star in the dressing room about defeats and says he has learned to impose himself at the club

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The Blues must overturn a two-goal deficit to reach the Champions League semi-finals, a feat they achieved against Napoli on their way to lifting the trophy in 2012

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The Italian was pleased with his team's display in the victory over Nantes as he feels the latter part of the campaign has been tough except for the leaders

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The Blues boss says the striker has a chance of playing against the French champions and feels his team need their goalscorers to complete a comeback

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The Spaniard masterminded a 3-0 victory over the Gunners at Goodison Park to leave the Toffees with their top four destiny in their own hands in the run-in

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Claudio Ranieri's men remain six points clear of third placed Lille with Sunday's win while Saint-Etienne slipped up at Nice

Sunday 06 April 2014

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The reigning Ligue 1 champions are within touching distance of retaining their crown but the Argentine says talk of winning the title again is still premature

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Everton have loan players from Manchester City and Chelsea and the Gunners boss believes it is unfair on his side when the players can't play against their parent club

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The 35-year-old striker has been without a club since being sacked by West Bromwich Albion in relation to his use of the allegedly anti-Semitic gesture, the 'quenelle'